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Mweni pass, Northern Drakensberg.   by Carl Smorenburg.

Mweni pass

Mweni pass, Northern Drakensberg. by Carl Smorenburg.

#DuToitskloof, #CapeTown, #SouthAfrica

Highways & beautiful natural scenery

Thank you for the link, I added some photos from it to my first post! :okay: yeah, I have noticed it... ;-))

Swartberg Pass

Swartberg Pass, switchbacks and breathtaking views at every turn

Swartberg Pass is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 1.583m (5,193ft) above sea level, located in the Western Cape province of South Africa. The pass is traversed by the R328 road. Climbing 1.000 metres in 12 kilometres, it's one of the steepest passes in the country. The road is gravel and sand but you don’t need a big 4x4 car to climb the pass.

(1) How the Bantus Permanently Changed the Face of Africa 2,000 Years Ago (History of the Bantu Peoples) - YouTube

How the Bantus Permanently Changed the Face of Africa 2,000 Years Ago (History of the Bantu Peoples)

Who are the Bantu peoples of Africa, and how did they permanently change the face of Africa in the past? Today, we're going to discuss the history of the Ban...

11/1/2016 SOUTH AFRICA: A brutal reality in South Africa. By South Africa Today, southafricatoday.net.

A brutal reality in South Africa | South Africa Today - Media

Reporters from the Swedish weekly newspaper Nya Tider (New Times) have traveled to South Africa to investigate whether the “Rainbow Nation” is the success story that Swedish establishment media sometimes say – as far as they are at all interested in the land that has been in the media focal point until 1994. We met […]

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South Africa : A Shorthand History

South Africa : A Shorthand History

A broad visual overview of South African History and the rich tapestry of early people who made it their home from its first inhabitants, the Khoisan, to the...

"We Fear For Our Lives": First 50 White South African Families Start Resettlement In Russia

"We Fear For Our Lives": First 50 White South African Families Start Resettlement In Russia - AfricanCrisis

[Its sad to see whites leave, especially the Afrikaans speakers. But the other side of the coin is that it

MENF conference on the political situation in South Africa - European Pa...

MENF conference on the political situation in South Africa - European Parliament

MENF conference on the political situation in South Africa hosted by Janice ATKINSON - Brussels - 30/01/2018.

WATCH Heartbroken Expat: “Wake Up South Africa. You’re Chasing Us Away”

WATCH Heartbroken Expat: "Wake Up South Africa. You're Chasing Us Away" - SAPeople - Worldwide South African News

WATCH Heartbroken Expat: “Wake Up South Africa. You’re Chasing Us Away”

Developing world challenges by World Bank President Jim Yong Kim

Developing world challenges by World Bank President Jim Yong Kim

A very sobering talk by World Bank President Jim Yong Kim. I created this excerpt video to highlight the challenges faced by developing countries, which are:...

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Probe into why not a single student from 5 universities, including UCT and Wits, passed their surgery exam

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When being pulled over by the police, it's best to cooperate.

9 roadblock safety tips every woman needs to know this festive season

It's important to know your rights

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Approximately 180k people gather to pray against corruption and violence | South Africa Today

For the second year, people streamed to the FNB stadium where prayer’s went on asking for the end to violence and corruption in South Africa. It is estimated that about 140,000 people filled the stadium and more than 40,000 who could not get seats were outside the stadium to hear the proceedings. Only a handful […]

Despite being called ‘hysterical’ for warning people to get the money out of South Africa, economist Dawie Roodt insists that he is being completely responsible…

South Africa is on the path to Zimbabwe if we don’t act now: economist

Despite being called ‘hysterical’ for warning people to get the money out of South Africa, economist Dawie Roodt insists that he is being completely responsible in warning citizens about the dark path the country is on.